Zuntz's grammar

Maurice A. O'Sullivan mauros at iol.ie
Tue Jan 29 06:42:58 EST 2002

On another list, a posting on Jan 28 has pointed out that " today is the 
centenary of
Zuntz's birth ".

When I asked if he were the author of a Greek grammar, I was told:
Yes, it is the Zuntz of
Greek: A Course in Classical and Post-Classical Greek Grammar
from Original Texts 2 vols. Sheffield 1994
and of
"Lukian von Antiochien" 1995 (published posthumous)
and of The Ancestry of the Harklean NT
and above all of The Text of the Epistles

The grammar is the only one of his books which I have read, and I wonder if 
those how those who use the various grammars would rate it.
On first sight, such aspects as always printing the iota in dative cases as 
iota adscript, rather than iota subscript are obvious. Are there other 
differences worth commenting on, especially for B-Greekers?

Maurice A. O'Sullivan  [ Bray, Ireland ]
mauros at iol.ie

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